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WELCOME SCHEDULE:

We are so glad you have joined us today! Our desire is that God TODAY - March 17th
8:30am and 10:50am: Morning Worship Services
would bless and direct our time together. Worship is an interactive, 9:45am Sunday School
participatory experience and our prayer is that the service today 4:45pm Choir Practice
would strengthen and encourage you on your spiritual journey. 6:00pm Evening Worship
Whether you are new to faith, just coming back to church, or a
long-time follower of Jesus, we hope you find your time with us Wednesday, March 20th
11:00am Wednesday Morning Bible Study
engaging and meaningful.
5:15pm to 6:15pm Family Suppers Menu: Chili & Hot Dogs
If you are a first time Guest, we have a special gift for you. One of
our pastors will be in the foyer following the service to meet you 6:30pm Men's Bible Study in the McCormack Center (Men’s SS Room)
and give you a gift. Women’s Bible Study in the McCormack Center (Fireside Room)
Adult Bible Study in the Fellowship Hall
Youth Ministries in the Sanctuary
Children's Ministries: CARAVAN
WHAT TO EXPECT TODAY
Thursday, March 21st
Worship: We take time together to connect with God through 7:00pm Recovery Court Session held at 440 George Fraley Parkway in Winchester.
song, scripture, fellowship, and prayer. Something special All are welcome to come and offer support & encouragement.
happens we focus on God together. We invite you to stand and Sunday, March 24th - Third Sunday of Lent
sing with us as we praise God, but adopt whatever posture of 8:30am and 10:50am: Morning Worship Services
worship is best for you. The song lyrics and scriptures are 9:45am Sunday School
projected on screen so that you can follow along. A typical service 4:45pm Choir Practice
lasts about 65 minutes. 6:00pm Evening Worship

Children: We have a fully-staffed Nursery for ages three and


below. Kids ages 4-12 will be dismissed during the service to the NURSERY WORKERS
children’s chapel to be taught by Pastor Linda and her staff. TODAY:
1st Service: Jacy Butler, Maria Hastings, Tracy Butler
Sermon: The teaching time seeks to communicate biblical truth in 2nd Service: Sydnee Pendergergraff, Angela Patterson, Wanda Marsh
compelling, relevant ways. All of our sermons are available on our PM Service: Kim Bishop
website, www.estillnaz.org, and are also podcast. NEXT SUNDAY: March 24th
1st Service: Lori Ayres, Katie Hill, Tonya Goodman
Response: When God is speaking, we take time to respond. 2nd Service: William Hastings, Heather Goodwin, Jennifer Meeks
Many times this is after the message, but other times it may be in PM Service: Haley Clemons, Judy Jean
the middle of the service. Listening and responding to God is one
of the most important things that we do. An invitation is never FINANCIAL STATISTICS: 105 Flower Lane Drive
needed if you want to pray at the altar. March 10, 2018 Estill Springs, TN 37330
Phone: 649-3867 Fax: 649-3410
Communion: We take time regularly to celebrate Communion and Tithes & Offerings: Emails: office@estillnaz.org
welcome all followers of Jesus Christ to participate in this act of Received: $7,558 treasurer@estillnaz.org
worship and remembrance regardless of membership or March 17, 2019
denomination. Faith Promise: www.facebook.com/estillnaz
Received: $439 www.estillnaz.org Season of Lent
Offering: We give tithes and offerings as a part of worship in Office Hours:
March 17, 2019
obedience, celebration, and thanksgiving to the Lord. It’s also just Fiscal Year is 5/1/18 to 4/30/19
Monday - Thursday
our way of saying, “We love our church and we want to support it!” 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
WORSHIP MINISTRIES
March 31st at 6pm
Choir Practice Tonight at 4:45pm for
Looking Ahead:
Annual Church Elections will be held on Sunday, April 7th
Jacob & Mindi Carson
Please be in prayer for these upcoming elections. They are registered at Target
*Mindi is the daughter of Ron & Stacie Reed
Lenten Prayer Emphasis
During the season of lent, the sanctuary will be open for
COMMUNITY LIFE
prayer during regular office hours;
We have until April 30th to finish our Bible Study Fellowship
Monday thru Thursday from 8:30am to 3:30pm.
Missionary Books for this church year. An interdenominational Bible study meets on Thursdays 9:30am at Tullahoma
We encourage you to make prayer a priority. There will Pick yours up at the missions table in the First Baptist Church in their fellowship hall. All women are welcome! For more
be prayer resources available in the sanctuary during info: https://www.bsfinternational.org/
hallway today!
these times.
Africa, O Africa
by Louise Robinson Chapman, Edited by Chuck and Doris Gailey
A story of incredible resilience and passionate faith in a country not
Wedding Shower
her own, Louise Robinson Chapman’s Africa, O Africa is a reminder For
Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt - April 13th that God calls and sends people who are willing to say ‘Yes’ to His Bailee Hastings & Matthew Davis
will. This updated edition, by Chuck and Doris Gailey, retired mission-
Sunday, April 14th at 6:00pm
We need 10,000 individually wrapped candy that are small aries to Africa, brings the reader the voice of Dr. Chapman, and picks
up the story since the book was first released in 1945. They are registered at Amazon & Target. Below are
enough to fit inside plastic Easter eggs. We already have the QR codes to the registries.
the eggs. A candy donation box is available in the foyer.
Where a Yes Can Take You
We are also in need of monetary donations for prizes, etc.
by Ramón Sierra and Juan Vázquez Pla
The stories of four Puerto Rican couples whose lives were impacted
by missionaries who first came to their shores. See how God chose
April 13th - 11:00 AM, Estill Springs Park to use the faithful ‘Yes’ to extend influence through these families in
countries far from the little island of Puerto Rico: to South and Central
America, and beyond to the streets of major cities in the United MICAH 6:8 MINISTRY from Sandy Schefcik
Free Lunch & Prizes States.
Did you know... that St. Patrick’s Day is the feast day of the patron
Maps Beyond Geography saint of Ireland named St. Patrick? Patrick wasn’t born Irish. He was
by Stéphane Tibi brought to Ireland as a slave after he was kidnapped. He escaped back
Maps are about more than finding your way through geographical to Britain to be with his family. While there, a voice told him to go back
obstacles and terrains. Study Maps is a new way of looking at both to Ireland. He was ordained as a priest and spent the rest of his life
faith and scripture, and of engaging and strengthening the memory to working to bring Christianity to Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day is the national
prompt us to evangelism, discipleship, and maturity. holiday of Ireland and we celebrate it each year on March 17 because
this is the day he is rumored to have died. A shamrock is a three-leaf
Don’t forget our 6 Missionary Books written clover like plant and legend has it that St. Patrick used the shamrock to
specifically for Children. They will explain the Holy Trinity (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit). Some
Community Easter Egg Hunt thoroughly enjoy reading about adventures people claim that St. Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland, however, it
is thought that the word "snakes" in this legend actually represents
on the mission field.
Sponsored by Estill Springs Church of the Nazarene driving out the pagan ways when he introduced Christianity.